Commentary Inside the First Amendment By Gene Policinski First Amendment Center vice president/executive director
So who gets to say, You can't say — or show — that, and make it stick?
Well, the First Amendment provides that the government cannot easily control what we say or otherwise express in public, even when the speech is ill-tempered, rude or embarrassing to some.
But that protection — applied by courts and legislatures since 1791 — grew up on village greens and . . .